We will move on!
Greetings PawSox Fans!
They say that each day without The Governors’ Cup Trophy makes it easier. I don’t think I am at that point yet. In talking with some staff they feel the same way. Some say that its weird not seeing it in the window of the team store. Another staff said that while he was wheeling a cart with water he remember it was the same cart he used to move The Cup around. We are all dealing with it
The season flew by rather swiftly. It seems like we just had the Hot Stove last month when some of the players came by McCoy before heading out to spring training. If you remember Jackie Bradley Jr. was here. On media day the press was anxious to speak with him.
You can tell by the photo it was still cold. Jackie wore his scarf to sign autographs.
Allen Webster was here for the Hot Stove.
Webster spent some time on Media Day speaking with Jenny Dell from NESN
Also on hand for the Hot Stove was Catcher Daniel Butler.
Justin Henry endured the cold weather also and was here.
Red Sox Director of Player development, Ben Crockett was at the Media day and explained the PawSox would have a very good team. He was right. The was a great team on the field for the 2013 season.
A lot of the 2013 PawSox players are now with the Boston Red Sox. Think about it, The players that played for the PawSox at some point this season, are now in Boston helping them win some game before heading to the post season.
Some of the PawSox now in Boston:
Rubby De La Rosa
Jackie Bradley Jr.
Thats incredible. 2013 was certainly a fun and exciting season. Clay Buchholz showed up and pitched the PawSox to victory against Rochester Red Wings to win the North Division Title. Big Papi was here to start the season, Victorino had a short rehab stint, even good ‘ol Pedero Martinez came by to check on things.
Now we focus on the Boston Red Sox and know deep inside, the PawSox players are always ready to take the field and hopefully win another World Series. The team knows we will be rooting for them. They know we are all……….”Here For You!”
Love hearing from you
Yours in Baseball,
Rick Medeiros email@example.com